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Nine things to know about your Swedish tax return

Taxes, everyone's favourite topic. Photo: Anders Wiklund/TT

Published: 21.Feb.2018 06:59 hrs

It's time to submit your Skatteverket tax return form before the deadline. Don't despair: these nine tips should make the process a bit easier to understand.

1. The basics

First, it's good to cover the basics of what the return entails. The standard tax return booklet can be a scary-looking creature for newcomers to the Swedish system, but it's relatively straightforward to deal with for most.

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